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Save Trees
Reduce Waste
Make Dinner More Enjoyable!
Made from Vintage Fabric Scraps
Dozens of Prints to Mix and Match
Cloth Napkins
Mix and Match your own set.

All napkins are 13" x 13" square (all shown on a 10" plate).

100% cotton.  Machine wash and dry in your normal cycle.

Plan for 8-12 napkins per person in your household to have enough to get through your wash cycle.  All prints are limited quantity, so when they're gone... they're gone.

How do cloth napkins help save our planet?

Each year, 110 million trees are cut down to make paper towels and paper napkins for the United States alone.

Paper waste and cardboard is the largest category of household waste (about 23%)

What about water?  Reusable items can save water. Over their lifecycle, reusable products, foodware and packaging generally use less water than disposable alternatives. Similar to greenhouse gas emissions, the largest water use occurs in the resource extraction and manufacturing phases for different types of disposable materials.

How to make your home more Sustainable

Look around your home, including the waste bin, and identify ways to apply these principles to your daily life:

  1. Design Out Waste. 

    • How much food do you throw away?  Did you eat all of your leftovers? 

    • How much plastic is in your waste bin?  Can you purchase products that eliminate plastic packaging?

  2. Keep Products and Materials in Use.

    • Don't be seduced by "cheap and convenient" disposable products.  They cost exponentially more in the long run (both in terms of money and pollution).

  3. Regenerate Natural Systems.

    • Can you compost your food waste?  If your community does not offer a municipal composting program, start asking your local officials why not.

    • Source products that are non-toxic, organic, ethically sourced and grown.

And remember, you're not recycling unless you BUY RECYCLED products.  Purchasing recycled products is THE ONLY WAY to "close the loop" on all of your recycling efforts.

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